Angel: Season 1, Episode 6

Sense and Sensitivity (9 Nov. 1999)

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Kate lands in some hot water after she roughs up a prisoner named Little Tony. She and the entire police department are forced to go to sensitivity training. Unfortunatly, Little Tony's ... See full summary »

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Kate lands in some hot water after she roughs up a prisoner named Little Tony. She and the entire police department are forced to go to sensitivity training. Unfortunatly, Little Tony's lawyers are Wolfram and Hart. They have a plan to set their client free by casting a spell on the whole police force. Soon, all the officers are expressing their true feelings and being so sensitive that lives are in danger. The gang at Angel Inc. tries to stop the chaos, but Angel quickly winds up in trouble of his own. Written by katierose295

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[Cordelia clears her throat conspicuously]
Angel: What?
Cordelia: Nothing. I just find it endlessly fascinating how your instincts are so highly attuned when it comes to boring old evil, but you have yet to make any mention of these new shoes.
Angel: Look, Cordelia. Women's shoes... men... they just don't...
[Doyle enters]
Allen Francis Doyle: Great shoes. New?
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You could be a 'rainbow' and not a 'painbow'
18 February 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

You could be a 'rainbow' and not a 'painbow' - The show's first comedy episode, despite it being very silly I highly enjoyed it. Wolfram & Heart makes it's first appearance after the pilot introducing the second lawyer 'Lee Mercer' who gets hired by a criminal that wants to get rid of 'Kate'. Wolfram & Heart hire a sensitivity trainer with a talking stick that turns everyone into sensitive morons. In this episode we also meet 'Kate's dad, one emotionless jackass that didn't know how to raise a child. I really loved 'Kate's breakdown, Elisabeth Rohm did a fine job. My favorite scenes this episode have to be after 'Angel' got sensitive and hugged his crew. Also loved the teaser where 'Cordelia' complains about 'Angel' being insensitive and clueless while 'Doyle' is getting strangled by a huge snake demon. A quite funny episode, but it also went deeper into the relationship of 'Angel' and 'Kate'. It was great to see a completely different 'Angel'. . TONY: If I'd known how bad you wanted me, I mighta let you catch me sooner. KATE: If I'd known how much you needed the exercise, I might've let you run a little longer. (8.5 out of 10)


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